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FEBRUARY CALENDAR
Wed, Feb 16LARRY'S KARAOKE
Fri, Feb 18CHRIS COTTON
Sat, Feb 19Rock--TUCKER BAND
Sun, Feb 20Open Mic w/Chris Brown
Wed, Feb 23Monthly Birthday Party
Fri, Feb 25JOHN MONTGOMERY
Sat, Feb 26LOVE, HEALTH & HARMONY
Sun, Feb 27Open Mic w/Chris Brown

MARCH CALENDAR
Wed, Mar 2MIDNIGHT ON THE WATER
Fri, Mar 4DUKE & THE BOYZ
Sat, Mar 5RUSTY EVANS
Sun, Mar 6Open Mic w/Chris Brown
February, 2005 - Volume 30, Number 2

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ARTICLES:
Mardeusz Recall Case Reemerges Father Charged With Felony Child Abuse By Jim Scanlon
  On November 3, 2004, Leo Allen Magers was charged in Solano County Superior Court
Full Circle To Be Closed In 60 Days By Don Deane
Full Circle a premiere residential treatment program for seriously troubled and abused boys may close within 60 days
Marin General And Sutter To Part Ways? By Karen Nakamura
Sutter Health wants to build a new hospital to replace Marin General
Drake Cop On Campus Program "Please Leave The Gun Somewhere Else" By Jim Scanlon
Some 20-25 parents met at Drake High School on short notice January 11
Affordable Housing: An Idea Whose Time Has Past By Stephen Simac
Still keeping the New Year's resolution: write about solutions, not problems. Eliminate the Negative News
Demonstrations Up And Down Highway One
California One For Peace will stage a banner protest on Feb. 19 from Noon to 2 p.m. Bodega
Countdown To Global Catastrophe By Michael McCarthy
Report warns point of no return may be reached in 10 years, leading to droughts, agricultural failure and water shortages
Hopi Prophecy Pointed to Climate Change By John Mohawk / Indian Country Today
Beginning about 70 years ago, some traditional Hopi formulated a message to the rest of the world that there was a rising danger that humankind's lack of spiritual attention to the world was going to lead to disaster
Marin Leadership Awards Made In December
During November 2004, Marin community members were invited to nominate individuals whose leadership has made a significant impact
Green Party of California Honors Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Green Party of California today - on Martin Luther King Jr. Day - praised the slain civil rights leader and honored his memory by calling for a renewal of his pledge of non-violence.
DC Settles With Mass Arrest Victims By Carol D. Leonnig and Del Quentin Wilber
Seven Rounded Up in 2002 IMF Protest to Get $425,000 And An Apology
Super Bugs Popping Up All Over
Flesh-eating bacteria cases, fatal pneumonia and life-threatening heart infections suddenly are popping up around the country, striking healthy people and stunning their doctors.
In Memory of Mary Lindheim
I just learned that Mary Lindheim died some weeks ago. I lived next door to Mary for 13 years
Slide Ranch Family Farm Days for March 2005
Share the wonders of Slide Ranch with your whole family! An all age program for hands-on exploration of the ranch
Homeland Security Secrecy Policy Still Overreaching By Project On Government Oversight
In January, the Department of Homeland Security announced that it was backing down on its earlier proposal to force employees to sign secrecy oaths
Robin Jane Feld
Robin Feld, age 55, teacher, dancer and musician, died at home in Bolinas on Monday, December 20, 2004
Fishing Gear A Death Trap for Sea Turtles Submitted By Robert Ovetz, Ph.D.
New fishery observer data has shown that every endangered olive ridley sea turtle caught by the Hawaiian longline tuna fleet was killed.
US Military Could Lose Iraq War Army Historian Cites Lack of Postwar Plan By Thomas E. Ricks
The US military invaded Iraq without a formal plan for occupying and stabilizing the country and this high-level failure continues to undercut what has been a "mediocre" Army effort there, an Army historian and strategist has concluded
Chemicals In Our Cabinets Threaten Our Health
The National Environmental Trust's "Cabinet Confidential" report examined state-collected data from New Jersey and Massachusetts on chemicals shipped in products.
ACLU Decries Use of Force by Police At Bush Event By Beth Quinn
A Response to a Jacksonville Protest, Lawyers Contend, Is an Ominous Example of Burgeoning Militarization
Sign Up For Special Six Day Training By Environmental Forum Of Marin
The Environmental Forum of Marin is offering a new 6-day training course entitled "Toward a Sustainable Marin
Problems and Progress At Marin General By Norman F. Carrigg, MD
December 9th the Marin Healthcare District Board welcomed two directors elected for four year terms
Public Hearings on Police and Community Sponsored by the Marin Empowerment Council
The Marin Empowerment Council, a coalition of individuals and other organizations concerned with law enforcement issues
US Tsunamis In Iraq By Edward W Miller, MD
"They made a wasteland and called it "peace" - Tacitus (Roman historian 55-117 AD)
SKEPTIC'S JOURNAL La Vie Americaine, Chapitre Un, 2005 By Jeanette Pontacq
I was a student at UC-Berkeley during the FSM imbroglio and the Vietnam War
Connecting The Dots
"Those who cast the votes decide nothing. Those who count the votes decide everything" -Joseph Stalin
Honoring Martin Luther King ARCHIMEDES RAMIREZ, MD
Comment on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day January 17 2005, Manzanita Center, Marin City
The Imminent Demise of the Republican Party By David W. Orr
Following the election of 2004, much has been made of the weaknesses of the Democratic Party
Intelligence Counts By Duayne Hunn
In preemptively attacking one of today's many hapless and evilly run global villages, our intelligence was inadequate
Letters To The Editor

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